Marmot’s Hole Podcast: South Korean Air Pollution Grows With Coal Power Expansion

Marmot’s Hole blogger Robert Koehler & Korea FM creator Chance Dorland discuss growing air pollution in South Korea that while often blamed on Chinese “yellow dust” is increasingly a result of the ROK’s expanding reliance on coal power plants.

For more information, check out reports on South Korean air pollution from Forbes, the IB Times & NPR.

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    1. Check out the links at the top of this article. Most of non-Korean pollution comes from China, but Greenpeace & Harvard’s data shows half or more of all pollution comes from the ROK itself.

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